Exchanging a high workload of files with customers, employees, and trading partners is common in today's global economy. Add various data security standards to the mix, like PCI DSS, HIPAA, and the GDPR, and protecting sensitive data becomes a challenge many organizations struggle to overcome.
In an effort to simplify how file transfers are retrieved, many IT teams install file sharing servers (e.g., FTPS, SFTP, and HTTPS) in a public zone for trading partners to easily access. When those servers and files leave the safety of a private network, however, companies risk the exposure of those services and data to outside attacks.
Implementing a DMZ Gateway can help keep files secure outside of the private network. This secret weapon adds a critical layer of security to your data that boosts compliance readiness and protects your data exchange with outside parties.
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